Plan Your Trip

Louisville

The conference is held in the Kentucky International Convention Center in Downtown Louisville, Kentucky. Within a day of driving for over half of the United States, Louisville might be the best city that you’ve never been to. We think you’ll love it here.

Local Coffee in Louisville

Louisville has a huge selection of coffee shops. Dozens of local shops and roasters are all around the city.

Food and Dining in Louisville

Come visit the birthplace of the cheeseburger. National Geographic listed Louisville among the “top food cities” in the world.

Louisville

Louisville is a safe, modern city with many activities and attractions.


Schedule

Wednesday, December 30

6:30 p.m.Main Session
Main sessions will feature preaching through 1 Corinthians, worship led by Matt Boswell, testimonies, prayer, panel discussions, and more.
  • Plenary – J.D. Greear, “The Cross of Christ” (1 Corinthians 1)
  • Panel Discussion – The Purpose of Your Life
10 p.m.Optional Sessions
  • Q&A with J.D. Greear
  • Meetup Area – Interact with missions leaders who are going and sending for Jesus’ name and can help you do the same.

Thursday, December 31

9 a.m.Main Session
  • Plenary – Conrad Mbewe, “The Word of God and the Spirit of God in the Mission of God” (1 Corinthians 2)
  • Plenary – Mack Stiles, “The Importance of the Church in the Mission of God” (1 Corinthians 3-4)
NoonOptional Sessions
  • Q&A with speakers
  • Meetup Area
2 p.m.Breakout Session 1
Breakout sessions will offer teaching on practical and theological issues in missions.
See available sessions here.
3:30 p.m.Breakout Session 2
See available sessions here.
7 p.m.Main Session
  • Plenary – Trip Lee, “A Call to Holiness” (1 Corinthians 5-6)
  • Panel – What Keeps People off the Mission Field
10 p.m.New Year’s Eve Concert
Ring in the new year with performances by Trip Lee, KB, and others.

Friday, January 1

9 a.m.Main Session
  • Plenary – Richard Chin, “Singleness, Marriage, and Mission” (1 Corinthians 7)
  • Plenary – Kevin DeYoung, “Idolatry and the Mission of God” (1 Corinthians 8)
  • Panel – TBD
NoonOptional Sessions
  • Q&A with Richard Chin and Kevin DeYoung
  • Meetup with missionaries
2 p.m.Breakout Session 3
See available sessions here.
7 p.m.Main Session
  • Plenary – John Piper, “Dying to Our Rights for the Spread of the Gospel in the World” (1 Corinthians 9)
  • Panel – TBD
10 p.m.Optional Sessions
  • Q&A with John Piper
  • Meetup Area

Saturday, January 2

9 a.m.Main Session
  • Panel – Next Steps
  • Plenary – David Platt, “Living for What Matters Forever” (1 Corinthians 15)

Hotels

Galt House Hotel

  • Rate: West Tower: $119; East Tower: $139 
  • Deadline: November 29, 2020
  • Reserve online

Marriott Louisville Downtown

  • Rate: $121 General Standard Room
  • Deadline: December 8, 2020
  • Reserve online

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